In each of his works, Saype captures the fragility of our societies and the challenges we are all called to face, with the help of monumental frescoes that he creates on grass, earth, sand, and snow around the world: New York, Paris, Venice, Geneva, Cape Town, Turin, Dubai, Nairobi, Istanbul, Ouagadougou, Miami, (…)
The passage of its frescoes, which are intended to fade, aims to impact mentalities in the respect of nature. They are made with eco-responsible paint composed mainly of chalk and coal.
Among his most striking works, the Beyond Walls series. This monumental project is based on a premise: the world is polarizing, a part of the population is choosing to withdraw into itself. However, Saype emphasizes that “I am firmly convinced that it is together that humanity will be able to respond to the various challenges it must overcome.
It is from this conviction that was born the desire to share a positive message, mutual aid, and joint effort across the world by symbolically creating the largest human chain ever made in the world.
The project started in 2019 in Paris, at the foot of the Eiffel Tower, and travels the world from city to city with the ambition of crossing the 5 continents and connecting people around the world.